Euouae is a vowel-laden word of Latin roots. Sometimes spelled as evovae, euouae is an abbreviation that refers to Latin psalters and other liturgical books. More specifically, the word is used to demonstrate the distribution of syllables in the melodic endings of religious hymns and chants. The term was formed by taking various vowels from the phrase saeculorum, Amen. Though its origins are steeped in Latin, you’ll still find the euouae definition in the Collins English Dictionary. The euouae meaning is so distinct and specific that it has no synonym. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, euouae is the longest word in the English language that consists of no consonants.
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